FROM DOWNHILL BATTLE
Why is it so important to break the major label monopoly? These are the reasons.
The drop in major label record sales isn’t the cause of homogenization in mainstream music, it’s the solution.
For decades, the major labels manipulated musicians and fans. Now millions of people refuse to support a corrupt industry.
An attempt to smear p2p.
Announcing the protest.
Fighting music censorship.
A fast start for DHB.
Rock superproducer Steve Albini explains exploitative major label record contracts.
Kembrew Mcleod’s NYTimes op-ed explains legalized filesharing with a flat-fee collective licensing system.
A simple, practical way to compensate musicians and record labels for music sharing. Everyone should read this.
99 cents per song won’t last.
How copyright is stiffling culture.
Creativity builds on the past.
A movement to reform copyright.